Whenever I meet single adults to discuss relationship issues, I ask a direct question: “Do you want to be married?”
In this mini-healing session, when I asked Tyson this question, he hesitated and couldn’t reply with certainty.
Find out the limiting beliefs and underlying resistance Tyson and many singles have toward getting married and starting a family.
Single adults, take note!
This mini-healing session is all about relationships and wrestling with the desire yet resistance to getting married—sure to resonate with a lot of single people.
Tyson is a dynamic 32-year-old TYPE 3SM man in my Energy Profiling system. His mother and sister are both TYPE 3 women in our Dressing Your Truth community, so they’ve shared the information with him.
I’m grateful to Tyson for his confidence to discuss this relationship experience from a man’s perspective. At a deeper level, he does want to get married and have children, yet he’s continued to resist it, causing challenges in his own life.
In the video, find out what (or who) motivated Tyson to come see me to discuss this—which actually revealed an energetic displacement that needed to be cleared.
He also presented some strong limiting beliefs about marriage that are also preventing the ideal partner from showing up in the first place.
I believe these issues are at the core for many single adults and you can start to change that today!
How have you addressed your relationship challenges? If you’re single, what kind of partnership do you want to create? Share your tips and comments below.
And if you’re happily married, share your story—what hurdles or beliefs did you overcome before getting married?
Seeing marriage as a more-powerful partnership
Is that even possible? Could marriage be better than being on your own?
It is when you hold the belief that a marriage partnership will only improve the quality of your life and make you a better person.
If you’ve resisted others pressuring you to get married, focus on shifting the energy and power back to yourself:
- “I am in charge of my choice to get marriage.”
- “I am capable of creating a great relationship experience.”
- “I am excited to meet my ideal partner.”
Which list are you focusing on?
As I shared in the video, it’s quite common for single adults to know more what they don’t want in a relationship than what they do want. But when you focus on what you do want, you end up manifesting that in your experience even more.
If you’re single, start listing what an ideal relationship would feel like and look like for you. (You can even do this if you’re married and want to create more harmony and partnership with your spouse).